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Is information security about protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data? In the context of the digital world, does that mean protecting computer networks and servers from unauthorized access? Or does it encompass deterring and detecting attacks before they can cause damage? The answer to that question lies in the individual notion of information security, which is a philosophical and theoretical concept encompassing a variety of perspectives and approaches.

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Question: what is the "individual notion" of information security? with references

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The individual notion of information security is the idea that everyone in an organization has a responsibility to protect information, regardless of their role or title. This means that all individuals have a personal responsibility to ensure that they know and understand their role in information security and follow procedures designed to protect against security threats. References: 1. Lang, Katrina. “Information Security: Role of Individuals.” Global Knowledge, 7 Dec. 2017, 2. “The Role of the Individual in Information Security.” SecureNinja, 3. Green, Martin. “The Role of Individuals in Information Security.” Coursera, Coursera, 28 Nov. 2018, 4. Wakefield, Jane. “Why Individual Responsibility Is Key for Information Security.” IT Pro Portal, 27 Feb. 2018,

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Published: Tuesday, March 7, 2023